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Tema: BETA 2.0.9.v German Umlaute

  1. #1
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    Predeterminado BETA 2.0.9.v German Umlaute

    It's not a big issue, but it should still be solved.

    Street names with German Umlaut like ß,ä,ü,ö don't shown correct.
    e.g. Hügelstraße shown as H gelstra e
    It seems to be the names with comes from the Teleatlas VMAP.
    If names of villages shown the same behavior, I don't check.

    Does somebody says already that the area units like m^2 and km^2 don't show the ^2?

    maybe important: I use the German language on the Aventura.

    IMPORTANT:
    The name on the map are shownb correct, just the name in the status bar at active routing (OnRoad) is wrong.

    Ray
    Última edición por ray; 15/12/2009 a las 14:05
    www.melibokus-biker.de
    Anima+ 3.3.4, , Samsung S5 with TwoNav Android 3.3.4
    (old devices Aventura W.E. 3.1/OS 1.3.60R, Sportiva+ 3.0/OS 2.2.1, Garmin 60CSx, Magellan Meridian Platinum)
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  2. #2
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    Predeterminado

    A similar issue (i think not only for this beta):

    The keyboard in GERMAN shows an "ß"
    The keyboard in ENGLISH does NOT show an "ß"

    Therefore it is not possible to search for a mountain like "Großvenediger" in the DACH-Database using the english language.
    But using the german language it is possible.

    Please, could CompeGPS therefore put an "ß" to the english keyboard. (maybe "ä", "ü", "ö" is also required - i did not check it out)

    Tomorrow i will post some screenshots to make it easier to understand.

  3. #3
    Fecha de ingreso
    10 Sep, 08
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    Darmstadt (Germany)
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    Predeterminado

    ... and not just german umlauts also french accents, you know this funny signs on some french letters

    Ray
    www.melibokus-biker.de
    Anima+ 3.3.4, , Samsung S5 with TwoNav Android 3.3.4
    (old devices Aventura W.E. 3.1/OS 1.3.60R, Sportiva+ 3.0/OS 2.2.1, Garmin 60CSx, Magellan Meridian Platinum)
    CompeGPS Land 8.1.1 & 7.7.* (Win & Mac) running on Mac OS X using a virtual machine for Win XP
    dt. TwoNav-SubForum im Naviboard
    Perl-Script gpsconv.pl a Converter for Tracks and Waypoints (e.g. GPX, KML and CompeGPS, ...)

  4. #4
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    31 May, 09
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    Vienna/AUSTRIA
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    286

    Predeterminado

    german with "ß" -------------------- englisch without "ß"


    Looking for the mountainpeak called "Großvenediger" in the DACH-vector, it is not possible in english language

    Imágenes adjuntadas Imágenes adjuntadas
    Última edición por freeday; 25/05/2010 a las 21:33

  5. #5
    Fecha de ingreso
    10 Sep, 08
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    Darmstadt (Germany)
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    Predeterminado

    freeday, when I rember properly what is written in the manual, you must type s as synonym for ß.
    a for ä á,æ,å, ...
    _ for <space>,-
    and so on.

    Did you try this?
    At the moment I can't check this.

    Ray
    www.melibokus-biker.de
    Anima+ 3.3.4, , Samsung S5 with TwoNav Android 3.3.4
    (old devices Aventura W.E. 3.1/OS 1.3.60R, Sportiva+ 3.0/OS 2.2.1, Garmin 60CSx, Magellan Meridian Platinum)
    CompeGPS Land 8.1.1 & 7.7.* (Win & Mac) running on Mac OS X using a virtual machine for Win XP
    dt. TwoNav-SubForum im Naviboard
    Perl-Script gpsconv.pl a Converter for Tracks and Waypoints (e.g. GPX, KML and CompeGPS, ...)

  6. #6
    Fecha de ingreso
    31 May, 09
    Ubicación
    Vienna/AUSTRIA
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    Predeterminado

    Ray, you got it - GREAT! It also works with english language - There is only one "s" for "ß" necessary.

    It was a little bit astonished as we had 2 Aventuras side by side (with different languages) and therefore different type of input.

    So it is curious that the german keyboard is using a "ß"

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